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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DKAH ANN LANDERS: You be the judgo. Our Inslsta that he not be denied the right to "be himself" his father says, "You must learn to compromise if you're going to live in Die reol world." Who is right? John walked the streets lor three solid weeks looking for e Job. lie Ls 20, has decided not to go back to college (says It's a waste ft limo) and Is a quiet boy with strong principles. John and his father have always seen things from a different point of view. I am sure John is not aa radical R3 hia father thinks he is, nor Ls his father as conservative as John seems to believe. Tonight a friend of ours called to Id us know thai John had been in to see him about a job. Our friend told John that since he would be meeting the public he would have to Irim his hnir somewhat and get rid of his beard. John promptly let him know that he did not want the job if it meant submerging his personality and be something he wasn't. A full-blown argument followed between father and son, as Is the case with most arguments, no one convinced anyone of anything. We would appreciate it if you would let us know how you feel about this. Co.uld John have accepted the boss' terms without "selling out lo the Establishment" And Against Dear F and A: When a young man goes looking for a job he should nccopt the fact that he is not going to make the rules or call the signals. The burden of proof is on the employer. An employer who does not want a young man. with long hair and a beard will not look favorably on a fellow who says "take it or leave it." I realize there are laws against discrimination, but there ire no laws against refusing to hire an applicant witli a negative this is why John and others like him bee out. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our daughter is marrying a boy do not know very well. His family lives in another city. The mother of the groom sent us the guest list yesterday. We were surprised lo see the name ol a young cousin who is an We don't want to spoil the wedding by exposing our guests to the unpleasant experience of witnessing a fit. What can we do except tell the woman we don't want to take the Tho Spot Dear On: Almost all epileptics respond Lo drags which control seizures. (Please don't say The cousin should be invilcd. To exclude him would be an unspeakable net of cruelty. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your advice to the wife who was extremely affectionate to her husband was excellent, ft seems lie pushed her away on occasion and hurl her feelings. She wanted to know if she should turn over a new leaf and not go near him unless he indicated that he wanted her. You told her to continue lo be affectionate, but to use better judgment that perhaps her timing was poor. Then you added, "Some men are simply not able to be aggressive." 1 realize the grass is always greener, but how T wish my wife would demonstrate some affection. She Is a fine person, an excellent cook and housekeeper, but our love life is anemic. She wiH respond only.if requested lo do so and then she lets me know she is doing me a favor. I have known for a long time thai my wife gets nothing out of our sex life and I have suggested that we see a doctor. Her answer: "sex is not important to me, I couldn't talk to a third party about anything so intimate." This woman's positive traits outweigh the negative ten to one, so I Figured I can live with this. But I confess, 1 read that lady's letter signed "Too much fn lave" with a great deal of envy 0. Cily DEAR 0: You and hundreds of others. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN I.ANDERS: I am nearly in a state of shock. For years I thought I had a pretty good speaking voice. In fact I hnd even considered going into radio. The olher day, for Ihe first lime, I heart! my voice played back on a tape recorder. It was a borrowing experience. My voice is shrill and unpleasnnt at least it seemed so to me. Now I wonder if I sound that way to others. Do you think t am exaggerating nil this in my mind. Please answer. Rusty Pipes and Assaulted Eardrums DEAR RUSTY AND ASSAULTED: Almost everyone Is shocked when he hears his own voice played back. When I first heard my voice on my daily NBC radio show I cringed) st the hard, mldweslern twang, but I stopped fretting about it alter several listeners wrote to say it was distinctive and; they liked it. No one can be totally objective about himself. Forget it. :ase send inquiries requests lo Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago. HI. 60611. TuwJoy, 1HI LRHMIDOE HERAID 17 Jam, jelly making a pleasurable art THEY SHAKE AND SHIMMY Just down the- ilreel from :he White House in Washington, Turkish Princess Ayse, left, and talin the former FiFi LaFemme con- duct a class in belly dancing. Lalin says she has worked all over the world, and finds exotic dancers everywhere are beauliFul people. "It builds yaor body, givei you grace, gets you exercised, and keeps you from gelling she claims. (AP Wirepholo) Menial illness harder on workers Psychiatry status symbol for jet set AT s P.M. LETHBR1DGE FISH tGAMEASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13lh St. N. JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS t JACKPOTS [4th, 8lh and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 New York Times Service NEW YORK They sat ner- vously In a circle, and they lold only their lirst names: Mil- dred, Aun, David, Joe, Gert- rude, Monroe, among others. Then for 90 minutes, they took turns pouring out their prob- lems. "I think the whole world Is snouted Monroe, a 41- year-old unemployed high school science teacher. "I think Nixon is sick. I think Lyndon Johnson is sick. And I think the people who allend this kind of meeting are probably the healthiest people around." It was the regular weekly meeting of Neurotics Anony- mous, a group of emotionally disturbed for Formerly emo- tionally disturbed) people who have, been meeting in Manhat- tan for the last five years to iry to help each other work out their problems. The group had become so anonymous, however, that membership liad dwindled to less than 10 hard-core members before it was recently decided lo launch a publicity campaign. As a result, 30 prospect i v e members sliowed up recently in a cliandeliered meeting room that lire group rents at the fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, Firih Avenue and 55th St. "Menial illness Is Ihe only thing that people are still wear- ing blinders volunteered Gertrude, an ebullient gray- haired woman who said she had been hospitalized twice for mental problems. "The jet set goes lo all the psychiatrists they want, and it's almost B status she added. "But we who have to work find that it's a very ter rible thing. Listen, I was once in personnel work, and I know what I'm talking about. It can't be discussed. The slight- est little slip at the office and ytn. may be a dead pigeon.' "Yeah, look what happened Lo Tom said a man red checkered shirt, re- ferring lo the former Demo- cratic vice presidential candi- date who was dropped from this year's ticket sifter it was learned he had undcrg one shock treatments for depres- sion. N e u r o lies Anonymous is closely pallemcd alter Alcohol- ics Anonymous, mainly because its founder, a man named Grover, once went through the A.A. program. Writing in the Neurotics Anonymous official Green Brochure, Grover says he allempled suicide five times before the age ol 21. Today he describes himself as "a recov- ered neurotic and an arrested alcoholic." The groups national head- quarters is in Washington, D.C. There are 200 chapters through- out Ihe country. No member- ship" figures are available. There are no dues or fees, and each chapter supports itsell with the free-will oferrings col- lected at the end of each meeting, Just who Is a neurolic in the Neroutics Anonymous sense? According to Ihe Green Bro- chure, a neurotic is "any per- son whose emotions interfere wilh his functioning in any way and lo any degree whatso- ver as recognized by him." The above meetings began when Mildred, the pLumpish, bouffant haired chairman of the Manhattan group, led the members in reading the famed "serenity prayer" of Alcoholics Anonymous. (The group also uses AA's twelve steps for in- dividual recovery.) Then, in AA tradilion, each person in the room who wished to speak was given the oppor- tunity to lell about his currenl or former problems, how he recovered, and how he is now. Although psychiatrists are not isually spoken of In glowing terms at NA meetings, man: members say they are in aim] ysis and plan to continue. Most of the women in Ihe group were middle-aged, whil the men tended to be in thel 20's and 30's. Almost everybod, was dressed quite conservative- ly, except for a long hairec youth who wore (he denim uni form of the counterculture. An olher young man's head wa shaved bald. By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) 11 you want lo linker with a jam or jelly recipe, feel free, You can mix flavors, make more, moke less, bul you must be precise about the changes. In a booklet on jam and jelly making from General Foods, the word Is that two different recipes can be com- bined, provided they both use the same brand of pectin and the same jnethod of prepara- tion. You prepare the fruit or Juice according lo the direc- tions in the original recipes, then combine holf the amounts of the ingredients specified in each recipe and proceed according to direc- tions. If you want lo divide the recipe, cut all the amounts by rialf and write down the new quantities. Do not change any- thing else in the recipe. When you increase a recipe, do Ihe same thing, write down the doubled amounts. Bring the ingredients to a full roll- ing boil, and use a large pre- serving kettle so it is less than half full of fruit and sugar. The booklet has some ad- vice on how to avoid common problems. Air bubbles sometimes form around Ihe edge of the glass when hot paraffin Is poursd on hot jelly. You can avoid that by pouring hot paraffin close to the glass. Don't let the paraffin layer get loo Ihlck, or Jelly may ooze over It or an air pocket form under il. The paraffin coaling should be about incli thick. Such air pockets are not harmful to jam or jelly if the surface is properly covered lo protect il from dust, and If il APPLICATIS for LETHBRIDGE LADIES7 CURLING CLUB Name (please print) Miss or Mrs......................... Husband's Initials Address Telephone Numbers: Home..........Business AFTERNOON CURIERS ONLY: Choice of dayi will be given on a lirsl-come.firi.l-served basis. Preferred Days; Please Check MONDAY-THURSDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY BABY SITTING Return to: Lethbridge Curling Club FAYE COLEMAN 1804-Slh Ave. A Norlh _ LE1HBRIDGI Have you ever curled before YES...... NO Whal Position.................... FEES ARE AS FOUOWSi AFTERNOON CURLERS J21.00 SUBS FOR AFTERNOONS EVENING CURIERS OR EVENINGS S21.00 Memberships will be accepted between September 18tri-29rh JERSEY FOR FALL This sofl Jersey Jumper with i deep V-necklino is matched with lurlleneck jersey sweater, i From Bill Blass of New York, outfit is typical of fashions I for Iho fall. (CP Photo) SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lori of mending lo do? A wedding soon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew a KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simfweni-Sean. 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For CampUte Delaili Women not to be taken for granted FREDERICTON (CP) Mane Gibcault of Hull. Que., national president ol the Women's Liberal Federation of Canada, says women's votes will not be taken (or granted in [he Oct. 30 federal election. Speaking to delegates attend- ing the two-day conference of the Women's Liberal Associ- ation of New Brunswick here Saturday, she said women make up 52 per cent of the vot- ers. "Women also want to take an clive part in campaigns, at Hie decision-making level and not at the coffee-pouring Mine. Gibeaull said. To date, she said, there are only 10 female candidates en- tered in the federal election, but they are all of high luality. Blanching before freezing will help frozen vegetables lo retain (heir garden-fresh qualities for nine lo 12 months. love not mentioning his spreading mid- dle. s stored In a cool, dry place. mould grows in an ilr xicket, cut It out with a knife Ipped In boiling water, and use the jelly as soon as possl- You may get sugar crystals Ln cooked jam or jelly BE It ools if the mixture contain! more than seven parts ol ugar to every 10 parti of fin- ished product. In Bhort-boil method, als may be caused by coob- ng longer than specified hi be recipe, a mistake in mea- suring Ingredients or loo great evaporation ol fruit juloe diu .0 slow cooking. Sugar crystals In a no-cook Jam or jelly may be the result of not haying stirred the pre- pared fruit or juice and migar nkture continuously lor the full three minutes. The booklet Is called, Jam and Jelly Making: A Pleasur- able Art, and is available [rom: General Koods Kitch- ens, P.O. Bon 4019, Terminal A, Toronto. Special nursing courses HALIFAX (CP) Registered nurses In Nova Scotia now can ake special courses in psychiat- ric nursing, designed to assist Ihem In Increasing competence In clinical work and to broaden tlielr understanding of mental illness and related nursing care. Sponsored by the hospital nursing education department, Ihe first such six-week course ended recently with 11 gradu- ates. Course director Is Thelma Blaikie who Bald major empha- sis in Ihe course Ls on Imper- sonal relationships, comparative theories ot counselling anrl selective clinical experience in counselling. The course builds on the prin- ciples and concepts laughl in the student nursing psychiatric program, she said. Flexibility is built In to allow for each stu- dent's needs and potential. The students obtained field and practical experience through visits lo drug crisis centres, child guidance units, public health nursing facilities anrl hospital psychiatric wards. Mrs. Blaikie said the program will provide advance training for registered nurses in the field of mental health. The second program Is to be offered soon with the course being offered on a twice-yearly basis in the future. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 58 NUMBERS OR LESS (Incrcaiinp number par WBek until won} lil GAME J50 JACKPOT Slh GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIB MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE CJiildrin undtr 16 nol allowed Sponiaied by Ladtet Auxiliary la Canadian Legion FOOT NOTES by JOE Big Bear harei 1o quit now lhat he'i exchanged hit mot- a is in for ihoes from JOE GREEN'S CURLING IS JUST Just arrived a selection of ERNIE RICHARDSON CURLING BOOTS Come in soon! GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET ;